Dollars & Sense is an award-winning magazine reported and edited by students and published by the journalism department at Baruch College. Founded in 1979 by Prof. Roslyn Bernstein, for years the magazine was printed each spring and distributed to students, faculty, alumni, corporate leaders and journalists in the New York region. In 2009, Dollars & Sense switched to an online format to capitalize on multimedia technology and publish students’ work more frequently.

In recent years, Dollars & Sense has frequently been named one of the top online college magazines by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and its 2015 coverage of entrepreneurism in Cuba was named the best student business journalism of 2015 by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

The Dollars & Sense Staff

Benjamin Long, editor-in-chief
Anne Ehart
Nicholas Marrero
Yulia McClamrock
Poonam Patel
Tiffany Ponce

Elena Bass
Karese Blake-Goss
Seth Cerrate
Suswana Chowdhury
Paolo Cisneros
Kevin Cleary
Rolando Cruz
Yelena Dzhanova
Erlin Guerrero
Shelly Ho
Lena Inglis
Ashika Kuruvilla
Solomon Kutner
Selena Lilly
Maximiliano Madrid
Glenn Manacker
Alex Mattina
Josue Mendez
Victoria Merlino
Sarah Olivo
Michael Petropoulous
Zoe Reda
Michelle Rivera
Elviris Rodriguez
Katrina Ruggiero
Ashley Somwaru
Annie Soubris
Alex Sun
Massy Vainshtein
Roblyn Vereen
Phoebe Vuolo-Taylor
Ryan Wilde
Xiaoting Xu
Carmen Yeung

Faculty Advisers, Editorial
Andrea Gabor, aagabor@aol.com
Joshua Mills, Joshua.Mills@baruch.cuny.edu
Faculty Adviser, Photography
Fran Antmann, Fran.Antmann@baruch.cuny.edu

Thanks to Prof. Emily Johnson for mentoring our podcasters.


If you are interested in participating in the magazine, or if you would like to make a donation to help support this important Baruch College institution, please contact Prof. Joshua Mills.

Past issues of Dollars & Sense are available in PDF format here.